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Memorial room for a hunter in Matra Museum
Heves County

Memorial Room for a well-known Hungarian hunter and lawyer in Matra Natural History Museum, Gyöngyös. The room is furnished as a hunter's living room back from the beginning of the 20th century, it features a lot of trophies, a bear's and wolf's skin and a beautiful chess set on the table.

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